Congratulations are in order!
Fantastic news for Lawrence Dodd one of are teaching professional's here for the last four years. Lawrence has been given the opportunity to take up the director of golf position at Culford School, within their brand new golf academy, for pupils from the age of 10-18. We wish Lawrence all the very best of luck for his future endeavours!
Lawrence will still be available for tuition but only on a Thursday evening please contact the shop for information.
New state of the art technology arrives at Bury Golf Range!!
This week saw the arrival of a Foresight Sports GC2 launch monitor, we are all very excited to be able offer greater detail in both lessons and custom fitting with this new equipment. Ever wondered how far you hit each club?
We now offering loft gap testing sessions, this will be just £25 and you will know how far you hit every club. The information will then be recorded for you take with you and use on course to improve your scores.
Don't let this game changer go untried. Click here for more information.
To book a session please just contact the store. (01284) 723894.
Get a grip!!
We have an amazing offer on re gripping this week, we will re grip a set of iron* for only £40.00 . This offer is on SuperStroke multi traction grips, these grips are new in store and we are offering them at this promotional price.
So why not get your irons re gripped before the winter weather gets here!!
*price based on 7 items.
So, Jason Day continued his blistering run of form with victory at The Barclays on Sunday. It was the Australian's third win in his last four starts and moved him in to first place in the lucrative FedExCup standings.
Although Day's most notable skill is his length and accuracy off the tee, it was his outstanding performance on the greens that really got our attention this week; he gained more strokes putting than any other player in the field; draining them from everywhere. One highlight came on the 15th, a putt of well over 30 feet that swung from left to right downhill and dropped in the bottom of the cup. It was a real beauty, one we'd all be telling our friends about in the clubhouse afterwards.
There's no better feeling for any golfer than making a putt you would happily have made in two. We all want to reward our solid approach play by making more than we miss, so try and take some inspiration from Day's performance this weekend next time you're standing over a tough one. If you'd like us to take a look at your putting stroke, get in touch here.